While we are calling for examination of police procedures, does it not also make sense to admonish civilians not to resist arrest, not to rob store owners and assault police officers, not to ingest hallucinogens and burglarize car dealerships?
Hillary Clinton’s plan to help students pay for college tuition is similar to one proposed by Sen. Bernie Sanders, a politician’s dream and a taxpayer’s ultimate nightmare. The plan promises more than can be delivered.
Stockyards Heritage has spent significant time and resources to rescue as many structures as feasibly possible. However, in order to make the Stockyards a safe environment that can be enjoyed and cherished, what remains of several structures must be removed.
A recent study published by the American Medical Association traced several commodities supported by the Farm Bill — corn, soybeans, wheat, rice, sorghum, dairy and livestock — and linked their consumption to several health risks.
By using data to create technologically customized treatments based on a patient’s individual biology, precision medicine promises therapies as unique as the people who need them. But this is just one way in which marvels like big data, analytics and devices are reshaping the health care landscape.
The vast majority of Americans — Republican, Democrat and independent — who oppose racism, anti-Semitism, misogyny and bullying must boycott and speak out against the Trump spectacle. Republicans must stand against his claim to respectability and pull their party back from the edge of a hateful abyss.
The committee cooking up the Democratic convention’s official policy platform has explicitly rebuked President Barack Obama, who once promised an all-inclusive energy strategy. They want to move “beyond the ‘all of the above’ energy approach.” They just want one of the above — renewables, chiefly solar, wind and biomass.
Attorney General Ken Paxton, fighting state and federal allegations of securities fraud, has accepted more than $300,000 in gifts for his defense fund that apparently do not violate Texas bribery laws.
Access to public health information, insect repellents and preconception and prenatal care are all vital components of a Zika prevention strategy. The state’s women’s healthcare safety net is still recovering from family planning cuts and the exclusion of some of the state’s largest providers.
Jennifer Aniston, actress and director, wrote an essay for Tuesday’s Huffington Post that perfectly captures the way we dehumanize anyone with a modicum of fame, and how that dehumanization seeps into the air we breathe.
The UT system chancellor, the UT president, the Austin police chief and several of the state’s law enforcement agencies objected to a law allowing concealed handguns on public college campuses as of Aug. 1. Three professors have filed a federal lawsuit.
Because of the ubiquitous use of smartphones today, the simple act of crossing the street has greater life-threatening potential for children, teenagers and adults. And it’s not just the driver who is distracted. Distracted walking is becoming its own epidemic.